"Not much" doesn't really make sense as an answer to "How have you been?" so I can't really help you there. It is the standard answer to "What's up?" and implies that while everything is pretty good, nothing of any particular note has happened recently. They may have misinterpreted "How have you been?" as "What's up?" and responded accordingly, which might imply that they had been ignoring you. It could also imply that the question was asked in a very noisy setting, or that it was via text and the person on the other end is dyslexic, so I'd be wary of drawing any conclusions. Besides, these are all just meaningless salutations/icebreakers, so don't pay much attention to them.
The question has been rephrased to; what is the meaning of bobble speculation.
it is a thing that people ask to have an answer to
Apparently you know the meaning, or you would not have been able to use it to ask the question.
up to much?
MUCH too broad a question to be answered here. There are literally libraries of books that have been written on these subjects.
The meaning of life is a philosophical question concerning the purpose and significance of human existence. It has been the subject of much philosophical, scientific, and theological speculation throughout history and there have been a large number of answers from many different backgrounds.
this question has no meaning
It means that your observation of the subject in question has not been constant or to plan.
Having or indicating purpose or design.
Question is unclear.. Do Goldfish like eating worms? Do Goldfish get worms from eating to much? Or are you meaning another form of Question? Any-who take a guess at your question.
The complete answer to this question is the same as the 'meaning of meaning', combined with 'the meaning of "truth"' then, what is the correct action after that truth has been discovered. Pretty much 'life'. Strictly speaking, however, you speak of epistemology (determining truth) then ethics (knowing truth), then morals ('doing' truth)
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